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7 takeaways from Rams' heartbreaking 35-32 loss to Bills

SMG Logo By Cameron DaSilva of SMG | Slide 1 of 7: In the words of Aaron Rodgers: “R-E-L-A-X.” This was a deflating loss, but it wasn’t necessarily a costly one. The Rams are still 2-1, which they probably would’ve taken at this point in the season after having to play the Cowboys, Eagles and Bills. The offense put up 478 total yards, the defense only allowed 375 and if not for a controversial pass interference penalty on Darious Williams, the Rams would be 3-0. But, not everything broke their way despite playing a relatively good game – at least in the final 25 minutes. It’s obviously disappointing that they lost this game after erasing a 25-point deficit with a miraculous comeback, but the Rams still look like contenders and are still one of the best teams in the NFC.

The Rams are still contenders

In the words of Aaron Rodgers: “R-E-L-A-X.” This was a deflating loss, but it wasn’t necessarily a costly one. The Rams are still 2-1, which they probably would’ve taken at this point in the season after having to play the Cowboys, Eagles and Bills. The offense put up 478 total yards, the defense only allowed 375 and if not for a controversial pass interference penalty on Darious Williams, the Rams would be 3-0. But, not everything broke their way despite playing a relatively good game – at least in the final 25 minutes. It’s obviously disappointing that they lost this game after erasing a 25-point deficit with a miraculous comeback, but the Rams still look like contenders and are still one of the best teams in the NFC.
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